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Directions to Cedar Point

Cedar Point
9023 Cedar Point Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32218
904.641.7155

From I-95: Traveling from Interstate 95, exit at the I-295 East Beltway (Exit #362 A). Exit at Heckscher Drive (Exit #41), turn left. Continue on Heckscher Drive about one-fourth mile to the next traffic signal at New Berlin Road. Turn left at the traffic light and follow New Berlin Road to the intersection with Cedar Point Road (a triangle intersection). Turn right on Cedar Point Road and follow it bearing to the right at Black Hammock Island, continue on Cedar Point Road to the end of the road. The Cedar Point boat ramp will be on your left.

From Amelia Island: Take A1A south to the light at New Berlin Road. (You will see a gas station on your left and I-295 one-fourth mile ahead). Turn right at the traffic light and follow New Berlin Road to the intersection with Cedar Point Road (a triangle intersection). Turn right on Cedar Point Road and follow it bearing right at Black Hammock Island, continue on Cedar Point Road to the end of the road. The Cedar Point boat ramp will be on your left.

From Jacksonville: Take the I-295 East Beltway north from the Arlington area of Jacksonville. After it crosses the St. Johns River via the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Bridge at Dames Point, take the first exit (Exit #41), turning right (eastbound) on Heckscher Drive, Florida Route 105. Continue on Heckscher Drive about one-fourth mile to the next traffic signal, at New Berlin Road. Turn left at the traffic light and follow New Berlin Road to the intersection with Cedar Point Road (a triangle intersection). Turn right on Cedar Point Road and follow it bearing to the right at Black Hammock Island, continue on Cedar Point Road to the end of the road. The Cedar Point boat ramp will be on your left.

Additional information is available from the Fort Caroline Visitor Center or by telephoning 904.641.7155.

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